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Tulane University and Kinshasa School of Public Health Partnership - Training, Research, Information Management and Community Based Program

Start Date: 
2002
Status: 
Complete
Location: 
Congo (Kinshasa)
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Objective: 

This project focuses on the desirability of family planning and reduction of the spread of STD/HIV infections in selected countries (primarily Francophone) in West and Central Africa.  Tulane is the prime subcontractor to JHPIEGO for the Operations Research component of this project, designed to test alternative strategies for change and to promote the use of operations research as a management tool.   The contract supports applied research, integration of Operations Research into Public Health Schools, and other institution-building activities in the region.  Tulane is also responsible for monitoring the larger program including service delivery, information dissemination, education communication and training.

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